“Right now we have chickens, ducks, a couple pigs, ponies.” Good news from Mount Pleasant Farm!
We walked into the farm store and the lady I spoke with on the phone looked totally bewildered. I told her was the one who called about petting some chickens.
We circled the fowl pens, waved to the pig and ponies. Most of the rest of the time, Isaac just climbed on the wooden train. That was pretty cool. We sat on our tiny blanket for some lunch and it started to rain. “Let’s get your shoes back on! It’s starting to rain!” Isaac flopped down on the blanket next to Eloise before totally losing it. “It’s starting to rain! We have to go! Help me, Mom! HELP ME! AAAAAHHHH!” I was completely bewildered. “Isaac! It’s not raining yet! I only felt two drops! We just need to get moving before it starts raining.” “HELP ME, MOM! It’s RAINING! AAAAAHHHHH! It’s thunder and lightning!” Ooooooh. A jet was flying overhead and Isaac thought it was loud thunder. He calmed down with this new information, but that’s still the fastest we’ve ever mobilized back to the car.